The aims of this chapter are to look at several complete examples illustrating data structuring in Fortran. Singly linked list: reading in an arbitrary amount of text Singly linked list: reading in an arbitrary quantity of numeric data Ragged arrays – lower triangular matrix Ragged arrays – variable sized data sets Perfectly balanced tree Date derived type
Function Return Structure Argument Lower Triangular Matrix Type Link Balance Tree
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